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This is definitely the most underrated gem that Squaresoft ever produced, but it's also my personal favorite in the series of games. The fact that it's so underrated and underappreciated is sad, because this game is bucketloads better than Final Fantasy 7. And here's why: This game is the first game since Final Fantasy 6 where I actually gave two craps about the characters. Every castThis is definitely the most underrated gem that Squaresoft ever produced, but it's also my personal favorite in the series of games. The fact that it's so underrated and underappreciated is sad, because this game is bucketloads better than Final Fantasy 7. And here's why: This game is the first game since Final Fantasy 6 where I actually gave two craps about the characters. Every cast member in this game is very solid, having more shades to them than just one, and sometimes even having very wonderfully done backstories. Also, this game holds the trump card for the best villain the series has ever produced. Kuja puts even Kefka to shame. He is simply the most complex villain I have ever seen, and not because he looks like a chick but is actually a dude. The villain is the biggest case of 'Do not judge a book by it's cover' because while Kuja may look very feminine, this guy is actually a boss. Like I said before, he is the most complex villain in the series, not like Kefka who, while silly, sort of has a one-track mind on destruction and chaos, and most definitely not like Sephiroth, who has no emotions to speak of. Kuja has class and sophistication, more often than not speaking in very poetic lines and putting even some of the big **** like Brahne, to shame. But, as the case of 'Do not judge a book by it's cover goes', this guy definitely has the biggest breakdown of any villain, completely destroying an entire world in one murderous rampage. But, other than the characters, this game also looks very grand and very nice. The settings are wonderfully victorian, having been set in the 1800's during the said victorian era, even though Gaia is a completely different world entirely, and the character art, while some may consider a turnoff, is probably some of the best I've ever seen. Hideo Minaba has a very chibi-ish look to his characters, and I think it's very original in terms of Final Fantasy. And, probably the biggest reason of why I love this game, the soundtrack is just straight up awesome. It's certainly one of Nobuo Uematsu's best works ever. My reasoning for THIS is that, while 90% of the Final Fantasy games have that one song where Uematsu goes beastmode and completely goes above and beyond in a specific piece, (4 being 'Four Feinds', 6 being 'Dancing Mad', 7 being 'Crazy Motorcycle', and 8 being 'The Landing') Final Fantasy IX has for of these said songs: 'Blades of Fury', 'Wavering Blade', 'Silver Dragon', and 'Dark Messenger'. As for the final tangent, the story, it feels more like a Shakespearean tale rather than a Final Fantasy one. Also, while people think that Necron, the final boss, came out of nowhere and is one of the biggest letdowns of a final boss, I think that this character had more story than people let on, due to the fact that it is actually implied that due to the break of the Crystal which holds all order in Gaia, Necron is spawned. So, with that mindset, I feel that Necron, far from being an unnecessary final boss, is actually very symbolic. But, if you need one more reason as to why I feel it's the best, Hironobu Sakaguchi, the creator of this famous legacy, has called Final Fantasy IX his personal favorite FF game as well.

Developer: Square Enix

Publisher: Square Enix

Release Date: 14 Apr, 2016

Genre: RPG, Adventure, Turn-Based, Open World, Anime, Action

Minimum:

  • OS: Vista /7/8/8.1/10
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2GHz or higher
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8600GTS or ATI Radeon HD4650 or higher
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 7 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectSound® compatible sound card(DirectX®9.0c or later)

Recommended:

  • OS: Windows 7/8/8.1/10 (32bit / 64bit)
  • Processor: Core i5 2520 2.5GHz or better
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 20 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectSound® compatible sound card(DirectX®9.0c or later)